It’s clear that the Internet of Things is changing everything, especially as the technologies and paradigms move from consumer to industrial use. What’s less clear is how that will happen. And what the legal issues will be.

Whether you’re an innovator or implementer, you can rely on Morrison & Foerster to guide you this challenging new world.

From questions about privacy and technology in design and development, to concerns about data security and ownership, to liability in predictive analytics, security, and even regulatory issues, we are dedicated to helping our clients understand, anticipate, and mitigate potential issues.

Let us show you how to connect the dots.


The Internet of Things - Part 1
The Internet of Things (Part 1)

What is the interplay among interoperability, industry standards, and IP licensing?


The Internet of Things - Part 2
The Internet of Things (Part 2)

How is industry standardization helping companies realize IoT’s promise?


A New Industrial Revolution
The New Industrial Revolution

Industrial IoT has enormous potential, as well as unique legal and ethical challenges.


HIPPA and Health Care Apps
HIPPA and Health Care Apps

How do recent HIPPA amendments affect app developers?


Coupling the Internet of Things and FinTech Services
Coupling the Internet of Things and FinTech Services

How are new technologies transforming the financial services industry?


IoT - Whose Data Is It Anyway
Whose Data Is It Anyway?

IoT technologies collect vast amounts of valuable data for businesses. But who has the right to use the data?


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